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Receive Your Condemned Land’s Highest Value

Residents of Holly Springs enjoy the luxury of a small town atmosphere just 30 minutes from bustling downtown Raleigh. But living next to a large city requires the need for a sound transportation system—possibly interfering with your private property. The 540 expansion will likely impact many Holly Springs residents as the Department of Transportation condemns entire neighborhoods to make way for the new highway. If the North Carolina government or DOT has exercised eminent domain to condemn your land for public use, the attorneys of StephensonLaw can help.

Condemnation Representation in Holly Springs

Our lawyers are well versed in the practice of real property law and land appraisal, having successfully represented area residents against condemning authorities in a variety of condemnation cases. After our own careful assessment of your land’s use and value, we work with certified and highly qualified land appraisers who work to maximize your land’s value. We can help you ease the burden of losing your property by fighting for just compensation and working tirelessly to make sure you gain a higher value than the government offers. 

StephensonLaw Has Experience in Cases of Eminent Domain

The attorneys of StephensonLaw are experienced real property lawyers and litigators and are adept in the areas of real estate, land use and valuation, and eminent domain law. Years of experience have allowed them to acquire certain knowledge of the government’s methods of valuation in condemnation cases. As skilled business lawyers, they also have intuitive knowledge of the complex valuations and legal intricacies involved in land condemnation cases. Rely on StephensonLaw to represent you and your property and help you gain the just compensation you are entitled to.

If your property has been condemned for an unacceptable value, fill out a contact form and get in touch with us today.

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Contact us today for free for an initial consultation. We'll help you learn more about your rights and plan your next steps for your case. 

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